Guest Book for Connie (Osa) Corbet

Provided by LaFollette's Chapel

Posted by: Patricia L. (Patty) McDonald
Wed June 01, 2016
You were my first walking buddy, my mentor, my friend.  To say you have been missed is an understatement.
 

 
Posted by: Chuck and Lois
Sat June 04, 2016
Such a sweet and caring lady. The world could use many more like her.
 

 
Posted by: Paquita Garatea
Mon June 06, 2016
She was the most wonderful tia to all of us. I miss her beautiful smile and laughter. Te amo mucho Tia Connie.
 

 
Posted by: Connie Budge Sherbourne
Tue June 07, 2016
My memories of Connie are full of love, peace and gratefulness. Her words of wisdom to me  and extended kindness to my family and I will never be forgotten. She will shine in Heaven as she did here on earth.
 

 
Posted by: Guff and Carolyn
Thu June 09, 2016
What a great lady. She took great care of all the  teachers both on and off the job. Helped us learn Burns it's stories and secrets. Loaned us recreation equipment ,introduced us to Dick and shared her Basque heritage with us. She will be remembered by all that came in contact with her.



 

 
Posted by: Nikki Baldwin Squire
Thu June 09, 2016
We lived next door to Connie and Dick, Christy, Mark and Ross for most of my childhood. Our family loved them all. Connie was a second Mom to me, always wise, always funny and ready to help. My mom considered Connie her best friend ever. My dad considered her the most capable, trustworthy financial officer he ever worked with. We will miss her and send our love and condolences to her great family.
Nikki Baldwin Squire
 

 
Posted by: Annie Marland
Fri June 10, 2016
How sad to say goodbye to a special woman.  I'm not sure how she survived the "gang" (Nikki, Kath, Christy, Janet and me) when we invaded her house.  Growing up Connie was one of the "cool" moms.  I'll miss you Connie.
 

 
Posted by: Kathleen McAllister
Fri June 10, 2016
Like Annie said, Connie had to put up with all of Corb's friends invading her home at any time.  She was always gracious, spunky and so much fun.   We felt welcome.  I think her great children are a testament to what kind of person she was.  RIP Connie.

Kath
 

 
Posted by: Frani Jenkins
Tue June 14, 2016
One of my most favorite people in the whole world.  We had talked about taking a trip to the Basque Country.  That I didn't get to do that with Connie will long be a regret.

My thoughts will be with all of you on 6/17.  I hope the memories of Connie's wonderful smile and sense of humor will sustain you through this difficult time.